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ICSE Board

Class IX Mathematics

Sample Paper 3 – Solution

Q. 1.

1 3

(a) P = Rs. 6000, R = 10% p.a., n = 1 years years

2 2

2n

R

A P1 Interest is compounded half yearly

2 100

3

10

6000 1

2 100

3

5

6000 1

100

6000 1.05

3

Rs. 6945.75

Amount = Rs. 6945.75

C.I. = 6945.75 – 6000 = Rs. 945.75

(b) We have

11 7 11 7 xy 77

11 7 11 7

11 77 77 7

x y 77

11 7

18 2 77

x y 77

4

9 1

77 x y 77

2 2

9 1

x ,y

2 2

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(c)

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Q. 2.

(a) In ΔDFC, DC2 = DF2 + FC2 [Pythagoras Theorem]

5 DF 4

2 2 2

52 42 DF2 DF2 25 16 DF 3

1 1

Area of DEC 4 4 3 8 3 12 cm2

2 2

FX = DX – DF = 9 – 3 = 6 cm

1 1

Area of trapezium CEBA = 4 4 6 6 6 20 6 60 cm2

2 2

Area of figure ABCDE = area of DEC + area of trapezium ECBA = 12 + 60 = 72 cm2

(b) Given that AB and CD are two chords of a circle with centre O, intersecting at a point

E. PQ is the diameter through E, such that ∠AEQ = ∠DEQ.

To prove that AB = CD.

Draw perpendiculars OL and OM on chords AB and CD respectively.

Now, m∠LOE = 180° – 90° – m∠LEO ... [Angle sum property of a triangle]

= 90° – m∠LEO

⇒ m∠LOE = 90° – m∠AEQ

⇒ m∠LOE = 90° – m∠DEQ

⇒ m∠LOE = 90° – m∠MEQ

⇒ ∠LOE = ∠MOE

In ΔOLE and ΔOME,

∠LEO = ∠MEO

∠LOE = ∠MOE

EO = EO

ΔOLE ≅ ΔOME

OL = OM

Therefore, cords AB and CD are equidistant from the centre.

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(c)

1

8

2x 5

3

4 2

3

1

2x 5

4

1/3 2

81/3

1

2x 5

22/3 2

81/3

2 1

2 3 2

2x 5

2

2 1

2x 5

3 2

4x 1 15

7

x

2

Q. 3.

(a) Given, log x = a + b and log y = a – b

10x

log 2 = log 10x – log y2 [Using quotient law]

y

= log 10 + log x – 2 log y

= 1 + (a + b) – 2(a – b)

= 1 + a + b – 2a + 2b

= 1 – a + 3b

Proof:

Let BAD = DAC = x and ABC = y

Now, ACE = ABC + BAC ….[Exterior angle = Sum of interior opposite s]

ACE = y + 2x

In ABD, ADC = x + y ….[Exterior angle = Sum of interior opposite s]

ABC + ACE = y + y + 2x = 2(x + y)

ABC + ACE = 2ADC

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6. Join CB.

Q. 4.

(a) We can see that ΔABC is a right-angles triangle.

AB2 + BC2 = AC2 ....[By Pythagoras theorem]

152 + BC2 = 252

BC2 = 400

BC = 20 cm

Now BC = DB + CD

20 = DB + 7

DB = 13 cm

Again ADB is a right angled triangle.

AB2 + DB2 = AD2 ....[By Pythagoras theorem]

152 + 132 = 390

BC = 19.8 cm

In the right-angled CDE

ED2 + CE2 = CD2 ....[By Pythagoras theorem]

ED2 CD2 CE2 72 x2

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ED2 + AE2 = AD2 ....[By Pythagoras theorem]

ED2 AD2 AE2 19.82 25 x

2

and hence ED2 is also same in both the cases.

72 x 2 = 19.82 25 x

2

72 19.82 625 = 50x

281.96 = 50x

x = 5.63 cm

So,

ED2 = 72 5.62 = 17.64

ED = 4.2 cm DE

(b)

2 5 4 90 [n = 5]

5

6 90

5

108

360

Each exterior angle of a regular decagon 36 [n = 10]

10

Each interior angle of a regular pentagon = 3(Exterior angle of a regular decagon)

Squaring both sides,

tan cot

2

32

tan2 cot 2 2tan cot 9

1 cos

tan2 cot 2 2tan 9 cot

tan sin

tan2 cot 2 2 9

tan2 cot 2 7

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Q. 5.

(a) Consider equation, x – 2y = 1 ….(1)

x 1

y

2

x 1 3 5

y 0 1 2

x 0 2 4

y 4 2 0

Since the lines intersect at (3, 1), therefore the solution is x = 3 and y = 1.

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1

Therefore, in 1 day they do work

15

Let us assume that A takes x days and B takes y days to do the work alone.

1

So A’s one day’s work =

x

1

B’s one day’s work =

y

1 3 1

.

x 2 y

3x 2y 0

2y 3x

3x

y ....(i)

2

1 1 1

Also,

x y 15

1 2 1

x 3x 15

32 1

3x 15

3x 75

x 25

3 25

y 37.5

2

Hence, A will do the work alone in 25 days and B will do it alone 37 and half days.

(c) Let there be n sides of the polygon. Then, each interior angle is of measure

2n 4

n 90

2n 4

90 108

n

(2n 4) 90 108n

180n 360 108n

180n 108n 360

72n 360

n 5

Hence the given polygon has 5 sides.

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Q. 6.

5600 14 1

(a) (i) Interest for first year = Rs. 784

100

(ii) Amount at the end of the first year = 5600 + 784 = Rs. 6384

(iii) Interest for the second year =

6384 14 1

Rs. 893.76 Rs. 894 to the nearest rupee

100

(b)

(i) Since, the point P lies on the x-axis, its ordinate is 0.

(ii) Since, the point Q lies on the y-axis, its abscissa is 0.

(iii) The co-ordinates of P and Q are (–12, 0) and (0, –16) respectively.

144 256

400

20

30 + mC = 90

mC = 60

In right-angled ABC,

BC

tan30

AB

1 8

3 AB

AB 8 3 cm

BC

sin30

AC

1 8

2 AC

AC 16 cm

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Q. 7.

(a)

3n 1 9n 1

3n(n 1) 3n 1 n 1

3

n 1

n 1 n 1

3

3n(n 1) 9n 1

3n 1 3

n 1 n 1

n(n 1)

3 3

n 1

3

3n 1 3

n2 1

3

n2 n n 1

2

3

3n 1

3

n2 1

2 2n 2

3n n 3

2 1 (n2 n)(2n 2)

3n 1 n

2 1 n2 n 2n 2

3n 1 n

32

1

32

1

9

(b)

1

Area of an isosceles = b 4a2 b2

4

(where b is the base and a is the length of equal sides)

Given, b = 8 cm and area =12 cm2

1

8 4a2 82 12

4

4a2 82 6

4a2 82 36

4a2 100

a2 25

a 5 cm

Perimeter = 2a + b = 2 5 + 8 = 18 cm

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(c) Given AC = CD

To prove: BC < CD

Proof: In ACD,

mACD = 180 – 70 = 110 [Linear pair]

70

CAD = ADC = 35 [Angles opposite to equal sides are equal]

2

In ABC,

mBAC = 70 – 35 = 35 [BAC = BAD – CAD]

mABC = 180 – (70 + 35) [Sum of all s of a is 180]

= 75

BAC < ABC

BC < AC

So, BC < CD [Since AC = CD]

Q. 8.

(a)

2 mn

cos =

mn

Now,

sin2 cos2 1

sin2 1 cos2

2

2 mn

1

m n

4mn

1

m n 2

m n 4mn

2

m n

2

m2 n2 2mn 4mn

m n

2

m2 n2 2mn

m n

2

m n

2

m n

2

2

mn

mn

mn

sin

mn

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(b) Mean = 20

Number of terms = 5

Total sum = 20 5 = 100

Let the excluded number be x.

Then,

100 x 23

4

100 – x = 23 4 = 92

x=8

Hence, the excluded number is 8.

(c) Let the side of each of the three equal cubes be 'a' cm.

Surface area of one cube = 6a2 cm2

Therefore, sum of surface areas of the three cubes = 3 × 6a2 = 18a2 cm2

Now,

Length of the new cuboid = 3a cm

Breadth of the new cuboid = a cm

Height of the new cuboid = a cm

Total surface area of the new cuboid = 2[(3a × a) + (a × a) + (a × 3a)]

= 2[3a2 + a2 + 3a2]

= 2[7a2]

= 14a2 cm2

Thus, the required ratio of T.S.A. of the new cuboid to that of the sum of the S.A. of the

3 cubes = 14a2 : 18a2 = 7 : 9.

Q. 9.

(a) Given: In quadrilateral ABCD; AD = BC. P, Q, R, S are the mid-points of AB, BD, CD and

AC respectively.

To Prove: PQRS is a rhombus.

1

Proof: In ACD, RS||AD and RS AD ....(i)

2

[Line joining the mid-points of the two sides of triangle is

parallel and half of the third side.]

Similarly,

1

In ABD, PQ||AD and PQ AD ....(ii)

2

1

In BCD, QR||BC and QR BC ....(iii)

2

1

In ABC, SP||BC and SP BC ....(iv)

2

As AD = BC [Given]

RS = PQ = QR = SP and RS||PQ and QR||SP [From (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)]

Hence PQRS is a rhombus.

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(b) Given that we have to construct a grouped frequency distribution table of class size 5.

So, the class intervals will be as 0 – 5, 5 – 10, 10 – 15, 15 –20, and so on.

Required grouped frequency distribution table is as follows:

Distance (in km) Tally marks Number of engineers

0–5 5

5 – 10 11

10 –15 11

15 – 20 9

20 – 25 1

25 – 30 1

30 – 35 2

Total 40

their work place.

Most of the engineers have their workplace at a distance of upto 15 km from their

homes.

(c)

log x (8x 3) log x 4 2

8x 3

log x 2

4

8x 3 2

x

4

8x 3 4x 2

4x 2 8x 3 0

4x 2 6x 2x 3 0

2x(2x 3) 1(2x 3) 0

(2x 3)(2x 1) 0

2x 3 0 or 2x 1 0

3 1

x or x

2 2

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Q. 10.

(a)

Let us assume, on the contrary that 5 is a rational number.

a

Therefore, we can find two integers a, b (b ≠ 0) such that 5

b

Where a and b are co-prime integers.

a

5

b

a 5b

a2 5b2

Therefore, a2 is divisible by 5 then a is also divisible by 5.

So a = 5k, for some integer k.

Now,a2 (5k)2 5(5k 2 ) 5b2

b2 5k 2

This means that b2 is divisible by 5 and hence, b is divisible by 5.

This implies that a and b have 5 as a common factor.

And this is a contradiction to the fact that a and b are co-prime.

So our assumption that 5 is rational is wrong.

(b)

1 1

tan 1 tan 2 2 3

tan 1 2

1 tan 1 tan 2 1 1

1

2 3

32 5

5 6

tan 1 2 6 6 1

1 6 1 6 5

1

6 6

tan 1 2 1 tan45

1 2 45

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x2 1

(c) 4

x

x2 1 4x

x2 4x 1 0 ....(i)

On dividing equation (i) by x, we have

1

x4 0

x

1

x 4 ....(ii)

x

On cubing equation (ii) both sides, we have

3

1

x + x = 4

3

1 1 1

x3 + 3 + 3× x × x+ = 64

x x x

1

x3 + 3 + 3 × 4 = 64

x

1

x3 + 3 = 64 12

x

1

x3 + 3 = 52

x

2 1

2x3 + 3 = 2 x3 + 3 = 2 × 52 = 104

x x

Q. 11.

(a) 4a3b – 44a2b + 112b

4ab a2 11a 28

4ab a2 7a 4a 28

4aba(a 7) 4(a 7)

4ab a 7 a 4

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1 1

Area of RQS QS RN 35 20 350 cm2

2 2

Now, QS QM MS

35 25 MS

MS 10 cm

In STM,

MS2 TM2 ST2

TM2 ST2 MS2 (26)2 (10)2 676 100 576

TM 24 cm PQ

1 1

Area of trapezium PQST (PT QS) PQ (25 35) 24 720 cm2

2 2

Thus, area of given figure Area of RQS Area of trapezium PQST

350 cm2 720 cm2

1070 cm2

To find: x

Construction: Draw AD BC

Since ABC is an isosceles triangle. AD bisects BC.

BD = DC = 20/2 = 10cm

1

Area of ABC = BC AD 250cm2[Given]

2

1

20 AD 250 AD 25cm

2

In rt. ADC,

AD2 DC2 AC2

252 102 x2

[Pythagoras Theorem]

x2 625 100 725

x 5 29 cm

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